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Overall, Power of Chaos: Joey the Passion was a fun game to play for a while. Though I was never pulled into it so much that I felt like I had to keep going back, it was a pleasant experience while I was there. The dynamic difficulty that is built into the duelist-level definitely helped to make the game enjoyable.
Si l'on prend la série dans son ensemble, les trois volets de Power of Chaos constituent un bon moyen de pratiquer les duels sur PC. La fusion des trois jeux permet de profiter d'un nombre de cartes enfin raisonnable et de jouer contre trois adversaires différents. Pris de manière individuelle, Joey the Passion montre vite ses limites, du fait de l'absence de scénario et du manque de cartes et de modes de jeu, mais l'apparition tant attendue des duels en réseau local relance tout de même l'intérêt de ce titre.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Power of Chaos: Joey the Passion is not a bad game by any stretch of the imagination, but it is a bit of a disappointment after playing the GBA adventure games. With no story and just straight dueling against Joey or a friend, the game can become boring and tedious. This is an excellent game for people that play the Collectible card game though. If you're looking for a story, look toward the GBA games.
Overall, while it’s based on a great and very popular license, this game can only be recommended for absolute beginners. For gamers that have played the other Yu-Gi-Oh games, there is just not enough here to warrant a purchase. It does a great job of teaching the game to those who have no idea what they’re about to get themselves into, but that’s it. It would have certainly been helped greatly by having more duelists to battle, but including only one would have been unforgivable if the teaching aspect weren’t so good. With that said, the game does come with three pretty good cards, which may be enough reason for purchase from veterans as long as they understand that this game has little in common with the other games in the series.
Grâce à Joey The Passion, la série des jeux de cartes Yu-Gi-Oh sur PC se dote d'un nouvel add-on qui fera probablement le bonheur des fans. Au pire, il remplira les poches de Monsieur Konami (ce sera bien le dernier à s'en plaindre).